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(justine) now at ten... a national manhunt is over..... two professors arrested right here in the bay area for a brutal murder in chicago... (justine) and jail guards are keeping a close eye on one of the suspects..tonight... thanks for joining us... i'm justine waldman...(jr stone) and i'm jr stone... both men turned themselves in after being on the run for nine days...(justine)(ots) now the two will face first degree murder charges... and will be returned to chicago for interrogation... we have learned... one of the suspects had a personal relationship with the victim.... who had been repeatedly stabbed. "the biggest mistake of my life"is what chicago police say 42-year old wyndham lathem refered to the murder of 26- year-old trenton cornell- duranleau in a video to friends and family.sot in crimes of passion which i think you can call this to see
that after 9 days on the run, lathem gave himself up late friday at the oakland federal building.arund the same time 49-year old andrew warren surrendered to the san francisco police department. the two men had been fugitives since an annoymous 911 call lead chicago police to the victims body in lathem's chicago apartment on july 27. the cosmetologist was found dead mutilated with multiple stab wounds.lathem is an associate professor at northwestern university ... and warren works for oxford university in the u-k.it appears to us marshals the suspects have friends in the bay area their surrender friday night followed negotiations with an attorney and talks with some of latham's friends.their
relationship to the victim is unclearpolice are also trying to figure out why on the day the victim was found the suspects were in wisconsin and made $1,000 donation to the lake geneva public library in the a former fbi agent has his theories..former fbi agent ross sot i could only characterize the donation as a vain attempt to make things right. (justine) lathem is being held without bail in the santa rita jail and has his first court apperance on monday morning. he is being closely watched in jail ... because he isn't doing well psychologically. warren is in the san francisco jail.. but at last check there is no information about his next court appearance. (jr stone) santa rosa police are investigating an officer involved shooting that happened early this morning... it happened on west steele lane near north coast street... witnesses say they reported a man "acting erratically"... holding a knife inside a home... when police arrived to the home and they found the suspect was hiding under a bed police ordered him to
surrender multiple times but the man charged at officers with his knife... police opened fire... shooting and killing the suspect... video of the shooting was captured by officers body cameras... but police are not releasing the video... the officers involved will be placed on administrative leave. (jr stone) a murder on the penisula... and police are still looking for the gunman... this is the first homicide of the year in belmont... neighbors were scared out of bed early this morning after hearing gunshots. as kron four's philippe djegal reports... the victim did not survive his gunshot wound. (philippe) crime scene technicians with the belmont police department... zero in on an apartment on the 500 block of ralston avenue. danny all lives next door... danny all/neighbor- "i wake up and the scene is going on. there's the person's mom whose crying, 'my baby, my baby.'" police say the gunshots were reported at around 5-15 in the morning.danny all/neighbor- "somebody came into the
apartment and popped a couple of shots and killed somebody." captain patrick halleran, at this time, will only say that the victim is a man who was visiting and didn't actually live in the apartment. he says the motive behind the murder... belmont's first of the year -- is unclear.capt. patrick halleran/belmont police dept.- "it is unusual to get a shooting, uh, and it is unusual to get a homicide." when officers arrived on scene.. captain halleran says a group of people were standing outside of the apartment. he says investigators with his department and inspectors with the san mateo county district attorney's office are working with those who may have witnessed the shooting to piece together what happened. neighbor danny all says regardless of the factors that led up to the shooting...danny all/neighbor- "i feel hurt inside." he's frustrated by gun violence.danny all/neighbor- "if you have a problem with somebody, swing -- hit 'em. try to talk it out first, but don't use a gun. you can always go to the emergency room for a black eye or for a broken jaw, just, uh, let's get the guns off the streets, please." captain halleran says the gun has not been found and neither has the suspect. police have also not released a description of
the suspect but the captain adds that he doesn't believe there's any threat to the public. in belmont, philippe djegal, kron four news. lawrence karnow: it's a cooler start to the weekend as low clouds were slow to clear today. gone are the triple digit temperatures and 80s and 90s have returned. the fog is moving back on shore as the sea breeze picked up this afternoon. if you're going out tonight expect increasing clouds with drizzle and maybe even a few sprinkles even in the north bay. you can see the monsoonal clouds and thunderstorms over the sierra while fog is moving in along the coast. cooler weather is on the way. we'll talk more about that coming up.
past year has been filled with physical therapy and rehab for the 19-year-old as he makes plans to go off to college. tonight kron4 'ellasogomonian is live at san ramon valley high where his former teammates and rivals rallied for moral and financial support. ella how is jake? a spinal cord injury has put the former athelete in a wheelchair but he is still moving onto college in the fall using his injury as inspiration. playing football has helped jake javier get through a tough year after a spinal cord injury last summer left him unable to move from the chest down.sot: jake javier, thankful for support// "just having something like a goal to strive for i think is huge. in football it's always been to be the best i can be and in rehab it's been working toward getting back independence and just getting my life back." jake dove head first into a pool - a move that changed his life forever.sot: isabelle javier, jakes' mom// "and
unfortunately at his height and weight 6'4" 216 pounds being a football player he hit his head at the bottom of the pool. he fractured his neck." news of the accident spread reaching a former rival high school coach.taken by the story he organized a fundraiser on saturday where jake played at the san ramon valley high football field. sot: bob ladouceur, de la salle high football coach// "i knew of him as i coached against him. i knew what kind of a player he was. he was one of their best players. team captain, one of those kids that's a great student, loved by everyone in the school. and when it happened to him i felt really bad about that and felt i had to do something."'teams from five area schools raised money toward a $100,000 goal that will pay for the care jake will need in his first two years of college.he will study biomedical engineering at cal poly san luis obispo. sot: isabelle javier, jakes' mom// "jake was the fifth recipient in the world to receive 10 million stem cells, embryonic stem cells injected directly into his spinal cord. so he has a huge interest in that regard to see if he can
make that work."sot: jake javier, thankful for support// "i always thought i'd do engineering it's a good major to have i should go into it. but after my injury i had to defer a year and got to reapplying and did some more research and thought to combine engineering and my medical experience because at this point i think i'm kind of an expert in certain fields. so just combine it to have something i'm really interested in." jake is going to require some personal care attendants to help him with morning and night routines in college.a donation link can be found on kron 4 dot com.live in danville ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (jr stone) tonight oakland athletics outfielder matt joyce has been suspended for two games without pay for using an anti-gay slur that he yelled at a fan. joyce
will lose more than 54-thousand dollars. the exchange happened in the eigth inning of friday night's game against the los angeles angels. joyce grounded out and as he returned to the dugout he uttered several profanities at the fan. he used the anti-gay slur and challenging him to a fight. joyce says the fan origionally yelled vulgar and obscene words about him and his family. joyce has since apologized on twitter. the oakland a's will donate the 54- thousand dollars to an organization that supports the l-g-b-t-q community. they say this type of act will not be tolerated by the team. (justine) on bart, there have been at least four attacks on trains or around stations since yesterday. the latest... happened at the bay fair station around seven last night. a victim was hit in the head with an unknown metal object by a suspect. police say the attack was unprovokedand the suspect has not been caught.
yesterday three more crimes were reported. ... two car burglaries and a stolen car. as ridership of san francisco bay ferries reaches a record high, the agency that operates the boatsis adding to its fleet.kron four's spencer blake hopped aboard one of the newest ferries on the bayto spot the differences. passengers boarding this ferry in san francisco say it's one of the easiest ways to cross the bay. "'cause it's convenient - you don't have to pay for parking, you don't have to hassle with going over the bridge."perhaps that's why a record number of people - 288 thousand of them - took a ferry during the month of july. that new number is why the water emergency transportation authority, or w-e-t-a, is growing the ferry fleet. "there's a new ferry that's been on the water for less than a month and another one is expected to join the fleet by the end of august."the newest one, hydrus, carries more people than the other ferries."i was looking to show my friend around and i
realized there was some things that looked a little bit different."things like space to hold 50 bikes, along with loading areas in the fore áand in the aft."i wish i did actually bring a bike. it would be nice to have it on here now."those who ride fairly frequently could appreciate the new details. "well it's nice having the bar area, and just how big it is, and it feels very open." w-e-t-a spokesman ernest sanchez says the new boats are cleaner, too."all of them are the most environmentally- friendly vessels that we've ever operated."as six more ferries hit the water during the next three years, ridership will presumably continue to climb."we'll be looking for additional funding for the ferries, as well as for other public transit projects in the near future, and we hope the public will recognize the importance of ferries going forward."after all, these ferries carry about two point eight million people a year.in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. (jr stone) coming up on kron4 news at ten... hackers apparently took over the sign on interstate 80 in napa.... and left a pointed attack on president trump.
what it said coming up.. (justine) plus... a burning problem hundreds of firefighters are facing while fighting wildfires in santa barbara county. (jr stone) and a school in california hit with a lawsuit over a transgender student... why the school is refusing to call the school is refusing to call her by her name... food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. (justine) parents of a
discrimination... reporter michele gile (gee-lee) explains where it happened and how school officials handled the situation... transgender student nikki brar became depressed according to the lawsuit, and talked about hurting herself when she was required to wear a boys uniform at her yorba linda private school. the 8-year-old, who was born a boy named nikash, identified early on with things associated with girls.. the suit says.a few months before she enrolled in heritage oak school last summer, nikki told her mother she was a girl.but the school, the brar family alleges, discriminated against their child..refusing to allow her to be called nikki..and allegedly insisted that she be treated as a boy.kathryn eidmann/family attorney:"it's particularly offensive here that a school is telling such a young child that she can't be who she is and teaching the young children in the class that it's okay to stigmatize and bully a child for who she is."but in a statement today from heritage oaks, the school administration countered with
this:"we were communicating with the family on a consistent basis to discuss potential experts and specific accommodations (in addition to the other accommodations we had already offered, such as use of the single-unit staff bathroom, specific options as to girl's uniform clothing and girl's hairstyle, as well as ceasing to use gender groupings in physical education activities). unfortunately, these accommodations were rejected and the parents withdrew their child. in the lawsuit - nikki's parents say when she saw this picture of herself at school dressed like a boy - she tore it in half and said i hate my self.kathryn eidmann/family attorney:"and it's the law of our state that no public school in california can discriminate on the basis of gender, identity. all we're asking here is for the private school to engage in the very same conduct that is required by public schools. (justine) nikki is now enrolled in public school. nikki's parents are requesting compensation for emotional damages and civil rights violations.
(jrstone) two teens have been arrested on suspicion of starting a wildfire in sacramento county last week. 18-year-olds-- jacob place and maxwell goldsworthy-- have been accused of causing the fire that burned more than 1200 acres. teenagers say rural areas have become a popular place to party... that's concerning for fire officials who say conditions are ripe for fires. (brice bennett/cal fire): "recently we've received numerous complaints from landowners in this area so calfire law enforcement officers began a regular patrol of these rural road systems looking for suspicious activity. since then numerous citations have been issued to individuals engaged in illegal activities." homeowners are hoping other teens will learn a lesson from these arrests. place and goldsworthy are facing felony arson charges -- accused of recklessly causing a fire to forest land. (justine) over 400 firefighters had to be treated
for poison oak at the whittier and alamo fires. it's another part of the job for fire fighters on the central coast. you can get poison oak anywhere from touching the hose or gear ...to direct contact with the plant. poison oak can even seep through clothing and firefighting gear if a firefighter is sweating. fire crews say the it can hurt a lot . but you just have to push through it. (danny haynes/santa barbara county firefighter): "a lot of guys get it when you're out there in the brush, and once you get the oil it's just kind of on you and you're stuck with it."(justine) that fire fighter also says he gets poison oak on his face and in his eyes-- which will swell up. you can even get it from just inhaling it if it's burning. haynes' advice for the everyday walker or hiker - is to stay on the trail.
(jr stone) time now to check on our weather... with meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it's a cooler start to the weekend as low clouds were slow to clear today. gone are the triple digit temperatures and 80s and 90s have returned. the fog is moving back on shore as the sea breeze picked up this afternoon. if you're going out tonight expect increasing clouds with drizzle and maybe even a few sprinkles even in the north bay. you can see the monsoonal clouds and thunderstorms over the sierra while fog is moving in along the coast. on the satellite
image you can see that small swirl of low pressure just off the coast. that will help to deepen the marine layer and could tough off a few light showers in the north bay tonight. it will still be hot in the central valley but much cooler at the coast. highs tomorrow will be in the 80s inland, 70s and low 80s around
the bay and 60s at the coast. over the next 7 days i don't see a major warm up but only slow warming toward the middle of the week before cooling again next weekend. (j.r.) well justine, i don't know if you noticed but i have blue fingernails today.(justine) i had big questions about that. (j.r.) it's not random....and i don't play catcher on a baseball field. it's to celebrate life. today ucsf children's hospital held their 22nd annual picnic for kids or adults who had transplants as a kid. it was held at mcneir's beach park in san rafael. the cat in the hat was there as well. one of
the kidney transplant survivors jordan has become a good friend of mine. we danced it up today. he's only 4 so i look like an oager next to him. i met a young man today by the name of tristan who was 21 and had a liver transplant at age 3. what a special day. many of these kids and their families have spent long hours in the hospital and today was a moment to enjoy life out at the park. a thank you goes out to all the doctors and nurses at ucsf children's hospital.
(justine) coming up... more lawsuits have been filed after the oroville dam crisis flooded the area... the millions of dollars two farmers say they lost in revenue...(jr stone) and after the break... a truck crashes into a car and sends into a lake trapping the woman inside.... four people jumped into action to save her and it was ll caught on camera... what made two guys build race car engines in their own shop?
could compete in a track race? or that they could take on the elite in world motor racing, and win? we may never truly understand what drives mercedes-amg. but here's to another 50 years of it. mercedes-amg. half a century of driving performance. (justine) in yuba county... four good samaritans came to the rescue of an elderly woman trapped in her sinking car thursday. 77-year-old masako edwards was driving on a highway when she collided with a truck... causing her to veer into a lake. edwards' airbag hit her in the face and she was trapped by her seat belt. the truck driver and another man nearby --- saw her car
submerged and jumped into the lake to try to save her. when two police officers arrived... they dove in as well. the four men were able to carry edwards to the shore. she was taken to the hospital and is doing okay... (jr stone) two walnut farmers in butte county... have filed a 15-million-dollar legal claim against the state. they say february's lake oroville dam crisis flooded their land... and caused them to lose walnut trees. they claim they lost 14- million dollars in projected revenue over the next half century, along with a million dollars worth of land. jem farms and chandon ranch allege it's because state officials... ignored structural issues at the dam. (sot) "the people in our area all suffered from that...we had water up in there since may the second...it happened in february...the water actually came back two or three times on some of them."(jr stone) about 80 claims have been
filed so far against the state... in relation to the oroville dam spillway crisis. lawsuits will likely be next. (jr stone) still ahead... it something he said he wouldn't do during his campaign... take a vacation... but president trump going against it... saying it's for work... we'll take a look at just how many vacation days trump has already had...(justine) and the first day of school is just around the corner... find out how much parents should be perpared to spend..next.
(justine) it is a reality that many bay area students don't want to face. but summer vacation is drawing to a close. (jr stone) and that means back to school shopping is in full swing. kron4's maureen kelly went to concord's sun valley mall to see what the must have items are this year. parents and kids are rifling
the shelves and scanning the racks looking for new clothes for a new school year that for many is just weeks away.it's too soon too soonwe have our extreme value seven dollar backpack here and it comes in 15 different stylesthe manager here at jc penny's at the sun valley mall is showing off some of the items they've stocked up on.since the rush has already begun.definitely bracing for more than it's been a really crazy last couple of weekends normally the biggest crowds come on the weekend and i am when they come they come really really strong it's all at once even a kid too little school got a back pack.because come on, look how cute she is.the stores also have backlogs of sneakers, trendy distressed denim, and lots of uniforms for schools that require them. for students at the schools that don't require uniforms the stores a stocking up on another hot seller casual activewear it's a hot trend with both boys and girls so much so it's got it's own nickname they're calling it ath- leisure here's one first grader showing me an example. like that kind a jacket it's like a short sleeve hoodieand
now let's take a moment to appreciate his browsing style from inside the rack.because some of the clothes that i want in my size make sure they aren't hiding from mei love shopping for my grand kids the national retail federation is projecting back-to-school spending to come in at 83- point-6 billion dollars, an increase of 10-percent.one parent i talked to says she wants what she spends on to last thru at least part of the school year.just clothes that lasts them yet out like at least like four months six months and i am for them just to have that feeling of like oh i'm wearing the clothes when i go back to schoollike many parents, she wants to give her kids the confidence of looking goodas they face the fresh start of a new school year.maureen kelly kron4 news (justine) a 16-year-old in the east bay is making sure students have the necessary supplies for this upcoming year. this morning in antioch -- claryssa wilson hosted her annual school
supply giveaway. the first 200 students received warriors backpacks filled with goodies. this year a few of her major donors weren't able to help her out. the high school junior had to use money from her savings in order to avoid cancelling the event. (justine) new at 10. concord police are looking for the person who stole a motorized wheelchair from a woman. it happened last friday at the park-n-shop on wilow pass road. police say the victim is disabled...and depends on her motorized wheelchair to help her get around. this is a picture of a similar wheelchair on your screen. if you have any information regarding the location of this chair...or who may have taken it... contact the concord police department. (justine) in vacaville.. some residents say they have not recevied mail in weeks because someone is ripping them off. the latest incident happened at an apartment complex on burton drive. there police say this woman pried two large
mailbox doors open...and shoved the mail into a bag before running. if you recognize her...your are asked to contact the vacaville police department. (jr stone) the u.s. military has called off the search for three marines...whose aircraft crashed off australia. the military has now launched a recovery effort instead. the three went missing after their osprey aircraft crashed into the sea off the east coast of australia as they tried to land. 23 of the 26 personnel aboard the aircraft were rescued. australia's defense minister says his nation will help with the search in any way they can. (justine) president trump is now on a 17-day vacation at his new jersey golf course. as cnn's ryan nobles reports, taking time away from the white house is nothing new for presidents. but slamming them for doing it was part of this president's campaign. before becoming president, donald trump predicted that
vacations would not be a big part of his presidency. president donald trump"i promise you - i will not be taking very long vacations if i take them at all. there's no time for vacations."but now that he is in office-- this president-- like many before him has embarked on an extended time away from washington.but not necessarily job.president george w. bush "you never escape the presidency; it travels with you everywhere you go." presidential summer vacations are nothing new.teddy roosevelt would often escape the nation's capitol to hunt out west.ronald reagan would ride horseback at his retreat in california.george h-w bush would always spend time in kennebunkport, maine natsot/reporter "have you talked with the white house situation room yet, sir, yet this morning?"president george h.w. bush"i talk with them every morning at 5:30, and i'm not going to take anymore comments up here though."as for bill clinton, he'd sometimes travel the country with his family.and while presidents received criticism for decades for their time outside the oval office -- the scrutiny really stepped up during the george w. bush administration.president
george w. bush"i call upon all nations to do everything they can to stop these terrorist killers. thank you. now watch this drive."according to cbs white house correspondent mark knoller who tracks presidential vacations-- bush made 77 trips to his crawford ranch over the course of his eight years in office.bush-- like many other presidents-- argued that getting out of the white house bubble was a good thing.president george w. bush "life is a series of contrasts and i like it here a lot, i really do, and i am in my element here we really like it. but i also like, i wouldn't have run for president if i didn't like the challenge."president obama faced similar criticism as he embarked on annual trips to martha's vineyard or hawaii.president barack obama"and now i'm going to go on vacation. mele kalikimaka, everybody. mahalo!" and now as president trump heads out on his first
summer vacation.. he'll likely be on the receiving end of those same critiques he made before taking office.president donald trump "i love working, i'm not a vacation guy, right? like obama." (justine) according to our partners at cnn.... president trump has taken 41 vacation days since assuming office. that's about the average for the u-s presidents. a road sign hacked...targeting president trump. some drivers most likely did a double-take wednesday night... if you passed by the sign on interstate 80 near u-c davis... this is what you saw. the sign was apparently on from about ten wednesday night until three thursday morning. it read trump has herpes. this isn't the first time a sign has been hacked. two other signs...one in dixon and another one in napa..were also hacked recently. a caltrans spokesperson now says the sign was put out as part of the pioneer bridge project.
the sign doesn't appear to have been broken into-- caltrans is investigating how the sign was changed. (justine) general motors is recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles for a steering issue. find out which trucks are impacted... (jr stone) plus -- are you getting enough sleep? what a new research is saying about half of americans-- next.
(jr stone) half of the country is sleep deprived. that's according to a new study from the national safety council. researchers say 43-percent of people get fewer than 7-hours of sleep a night. and 97-percent of them said their exhaustion made them less attentive and more forgetful. experts say pressure on employees to work longer hours is to blame -- and that longer commutes are adding to the problem.
(justine) general motors... is recalling almost 700-thousand vehicles for a steering issues. 2014 chevrolet silverados and g-m-c sierra trucks are potentially affected. the problem is in the software that controls electric power steering assistance. it has a glitch that can cause vehicles to spontaneously lose power steering for about one second. when it is suddenly returned, drivers can lose control of the steering wheel. the national highway traffic safety administration says this is particularly dangerous when performing low-speed turns. owners can bring their vehicles to a dealer for a free software update that fixes the problem. (justine) coming up... dramatic body-cam footage shows a shootout involving police officers. why it may conflict with officers statements...(lawrence: cooler temperatures around the bay... your full forcast next)(jr stone) ahead in sports,,,
(justine) the las vegas police department is answering questions about a shooting on tuesday that involved two police officers.(jrstone) the department released dramatic body-camera video from both police officers... showing the confrontation before the shootout. reporter david schuman explains.... ánats of gunshotsánats: "shots fired, i've been hit. shots fired, i've been hit."the body cam video is nothing short of intense.officer richard nelson walked away from this gun
battle with a bullet in the chest.miguel salas, the man in the truck, got one in the head -- and did not survive.we're told nelson is now home from the hospital doing "extremely well".tom roberts/las vegas metropolitan police department: "it's been a tough month for us. we had quite a few officer involved shootings over this last month. everyone of those involved somebody or a suspect trying to harm us or harm our officers."this all started when metro says officer nelson and his partner approached salas in a pickup truck because a stolen cell phone had been tracked there. this newly released body cam footage shows several minutes of them negotiating with salas, trying to get him out of the vehicle that officers say was stolen.in an instant, salas pulls a gun and starts firing.police say the man was 25 years old with a criminal history and had a second loaded gun in the truck.even for seasoned officers, watching a video like this is never easy. (justine) the assistant sheriff says the officers did what they are trained to do in
today. gone are the triple digit temperatures and 80s and 90s have returned. the fog is moving back on shore as the sea breeze picked up this afternoon. if you're going out tonight expect increasing clouds with drizzle and maybe even a few sprinkles even in the north bay. you can see the monsoonal clouds and thunderstorms over the sierra while fog is moving in along the coast. on the satellite image you can see that small swirl of low pressure just off the coast. that will help to deepen the marine layer and could tough off a few light
showers in the north bay tonight. it will still be hot in the central valley but much cooler at the coast. highs tomorrow will be in the 80s inland, 70s and low 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. over the next 7 days i don't see a major warm up but only slow warming toward the middle of the week before cooling again next weekend.
game since rejoining the team. before the game the giants had a 1997 team reunion -- barry bonds was back -- they were celebrating the team's first division title since moving to san francisco. giants down by four -- and guess who get the giants rolling... panda -- he doubles in the seventh... he finished the game... 1 for 3 same inning -- hunter pence hits a 2-run jack to cut the d-backs lead to one -- that was pence's first home run at a-t and tee park this season in extras -- jarrett parker hits a walkoff single in the tenth giants win 5- 4 (jr stone) the final member of the 2014 world series bullpen -- george kontos is no longer a giant. pirates claimed kontos off the waivers... after being placed by the giants this morning in six seasons the former giants reliever
appeared in 300 games. this season he was 0-5 with a 3.83 era. kontos says was shocked to hear the news. a stand up guy. we wish him the best. (jr stone) with the matt joyce gay slur scandal -- bob melvin was trying to keep his group focus ahead of tonight's game top 4th -- oakland with the bases loaded -- dustin garneau singles to left field -- two runs score -- a's take the lead 3-nothing solid day for paul blackburn -- he shutout the angels to get his third win of the year oakland goes on to win 5-zip (jr stone) the san francisco 49ers held an open practice today at levi's stadium where fans packed in to watch but bad news to report. tonight an m-r-i revealed that veteran linebacker malcolm smith tore his pectoral muscle in practice. reports say smith will likely be sidelined all season long. he signed a five year deal worth
26-point-5 million dollars this offseason. first round pick -- reuben foster is expected to take his place and play alongside navarro bowman. (jr stone) the end of an era in track and field-- usain bolt was trying to win his final 100-meter race of his career. this was his last individual race at the world championships. he was looking to end his career with another dominant performance -- but justin gatlin spoiled the night. it was a photo finish -- bolt tried recover after a slow start -- but gatlin crossed the finish line first -- bolt finished third the american sprinter bowed down to bolt as a sign of respect for what he has meant to the sport. (justine) coming up next... an orphaned bobcat kitten found dehydrated on a popular trail.. how the wildcat is doing now and what wild experts are saying
food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. (justine) an orphaned
bobcat kitten is thriving after she was discovered one month ago.(jrstone) the kitten was found when she was just four week old on a hiking trail near sausalito.(justine) unable to find the mother's den-- park rangers handed the kitten over to a wild life rescue center in san rafael. medical staff say other then being dehydrated the kitten was in good health when she arrived at the center. the bobcat kitten has since been transfered to an off-site location where she is being raised with two other orphaned bobcats. she will be released back into the wild when she is old enough. wildlife experts wants to remind everyone that as cute as they may be-- wild animals should never be made pets. (jr stone) this morning the world championships for dog surfing took place in
pacifica. take a look at this video-- you can see dogs participating in the event. there were a variety of activities...frisbee catching, water ball fetching, and even a fashion show. a portion of proceeds go to dog, surfing and environmental non-profits. (jr stone) next at the top of the hour a national manhunt is over..... two professors arrested right here in the bay area... for a brutal murder in chicago... (justine ) now the duo... will face first degree murder charges... keep it right here for kron 4 news at 11... all the day's big stories, and your forecast... in half the time.
safeway anniversary sale and filled up her trunk with grocery savings, plus earned 4 times the gas reward points. now that's something to smile about. right now, get pepsi 12-pack 12-ounce cans, buy 2 get 2 free, and lay's chips, 9.5 -10 ounces, 2 for $5 with your club card. the safeway anniversary sale. come in and explore. ♪ seed to the oat to the o, to the bowl to the spo♪n ♪ bowl to the spoon, to the mouth of the boy in the room ♪ room for that goodness... inside him to bloom ♪
♪ good goes around... and around... and around ♪ ♪ seed to the oat to the o, on the first day of school ♪ ♪ schoolin' your sister on why...and just how to be cool ♪ cool if she hangs, you can show her what's go♪d ♪ good goes around...and around...and around ♪ ♪ good goes around and around ♪ (jrs/@bam) our big story
tonight... two professors...on the run for nine days ...are arrested in oakland and san francisco...for a brutal murder in chicago. i'm jr stone.(justine@bam) and i'm justine waldman... their capture ....ends a nationwide manhunt. both men now face first degree murder charges... and will be returned to chicago... for interrogation...(pkg) "the biggest mistake of my life"is what chicago police say 42-year old wyndham lathem refered to the murder of 26- year-old trenton cornell- duranleau in a video to friends and family.sot in crimes of passion which i think you can call this to see that after 9 days on the run, lathem gave himself up late friday at the oakland federal building.arund the same time 49-year old